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Can community input save failing New York schools? news
Sep 27, 2015
Click here to play or download an audio version of this report. Nia Hamm at Public News Service reports that New York state education officials are hoping a 10-day stretch of public hearings will g...
Cuomo touts Taconic Hill's solar program news
Sep 05, 2014
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo continued reshuffling the state's solar programs into what he calls the NY-Sun Initiative, and on Aug. 4 announced the K-Solar part of that program, aimed at lighting up...
Private schools sue over educational inspection plan news
Mar 07, 2019
Rick Karlin is reporting for the Times Union a group of 11 private schools is suing the state Education Department over new rules that require outside inspections to make sure students are meeting cur...
Catholic schools to boycott state's new review mandate news
Dec 12, 2018
Rick Karlin is reporting for the Times Union the leaders of New York's more than 500 Catholic schools say they will boycott a new review system in which local public school officials would inspect par...
New York gets farm-to-school program news
Dec 09, 2014
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Mon., Dec. 8, New York State will participate in a pilot program from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to put locally-grown produce in New York state schools. The Pil...
Smart Schools Commission releases report news
Oct 29, 2014
Matthew Hamilton is reporting at Capitol Confidential Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's Smart Schools Commission Mon., Oct. 27, released its report on how the $2 billion Smart Schools Bond Act should be spent. T...
Schools closed for the year, summer session details to come in late May news
May 01, 2020
Joshua Pietzold is reporting for CBS6 Albany Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced May 1, schools and colleges in New York will remain closed through the end of the academic year because of the coronavirus p...
Cuomo, legislative leaders agree on budget news
Apr 01, 2016
Legislative leaders and Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a budget agreement, several hours before the April 1 deadline. The agreement, a statement from Cuomo says, includes a plan for a statewide $15 m...
New York still owes billions to state schools news
Jan 13, 2016
Click here to play or download an audio version of this report. Nia Hamm reports from New York News Connection for Public News Service that it's been 10 years since the state's high court ordered New...
Report finds rural schools struggling with growing poverty and population loss news
Aug 11, 2017
Bethany Bump is reporting in the Times Union on the condition of the state's rural public schools as described by the New York State Association of School Business Officials in a report released this...
Federal, state officials want schools open in the fall news
Jul 08, 2020
Federal officials, including Vice President Mike Pence, held a press conference July 8 about their intentions to have schools open in the fall, without announcing scientific benchmarks to reach to get...
Ulster officials okay contracts to put police in schools news
May 11, 2021
Patricia Doxsey is reporting for the Daily Freeman the Ulster County Legislature's Law Enforcement and Public Safety Committee last week authorized contracts that will place county sheriff's deputies...
School gun threats continue in Hudson Valley schools this week news
Mar 01, 2018
There were more gun threats at local schools on Feb. 28. The
Lawmakers looking to move polling sites away from schools news
Jan 07, 2019
Chad Arnold is reporting for the Democrat & Chronicle there is an effort underway in the state Legislature to relocate or remove polling sites from schools. The idea motivating at least three pend...
Schumer proposes funding for schools to test water for lead news
Mar 10, 2016
Keshia Clukey is reporting at Politico New York U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer Wed., Mar. 9, proposed a $100 million federal grant program to help test for lead in school drinking water. The proposal comes...
Albany schools consider closing for Muslim holidays news
Mar 14, 2017
Bethany Bump is reporting in the Times Union Muslim families with children enrolled in the Albany city schools are hoping the district will choose to acknowledge their faith's two major religious holi...
Audit finds New York schools underreport bullying, or not at all news
Oct 16, 2017
Bethany Bump is reporting in the Times Union schools statewide are mishandling or failing to accurately report incidents of bullying, according to an audit released Fri., Oct. 13, by the Office of the...
Cuomo increases school patrols after copycat threats news
Feb 16, 2018
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered increased state police patrols of schools after two students were taken into custody Feb. 16 for threatening to bring guns to schools in Cattaraugus County. The...
Pittsfield, Mass. schools to offer classes in black history this year news
Aug 15, 2019
Haven Orecchio-Egresitz is reporting for The Berkshire Eagle Pittsfield schools chief, Jason McCandless, said in February the district would bring history courses back to that city's schools. On Augus...